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When in Dublin on a tour of Ireland you will enjoy exploring and sampling the local eateries and pubs. "Davy Byrnes" is one to consider. It is especially busy on rugby weekends and the atmosphere is fantastic. Anybody who is familiar with Dublin pub food will...

Waterford is by far the largest town in the Southeast and one of the few prospering industrial centres in the Republic, with a grand history and plenty to explore. This is essentially a Viking city, with many reminders of this period of it history among...

The dark, battlemented tower of Jerpoint Abbey rises above a bend on the road south from Thomastown. This is one of the most atmospheric religious ruins in the country, revealing an intimate picture of monastic life. The basic structure of Jerpoint is an excellent example of...

These wild hills on Dublin's doorstep are a great boon to city dwellers.  From the southern suburbs you can gaze on them on clear days; by public transport or car they take just half an hour to reach.  If you have time enough you can...

The Easter Rising of 1916 was a curious event, tiny in comparison with the rebellion of 1798, for instance, with only about 2,000 people actively taking part in it. It was disastrously badly organised and commanded very little public support, but its martyred heroes glow...

If you are coming to Belfast on a cruise ship in 2010 why not check our tours. Coaches off the ships will simply take you to an attraction , feed you , then get you back to the ship. Why not see the real countryside and more...

St. Patrick's Day, 17th March, is the date when millions of people around the world, celebrate Ireland's Patron Saint.  Why not celebrate this date with us in Northern Ireland at one of the many events, celebrations and activities being organized. Belfast - A colourful carnival parade (12 noon) from City...

North of Dundalk, a few minutes' drive takes you into the lovely scenery of the hilly, granite Cooley peninsula, attractive in its own right, but also overlooking tempting views of the Mountains of Mourne across the lough which divides the Republic from Northern Ireland. Cooley is...